Comment devenir Attaché de recherche clinique / How to become Clinical Research Associate
26 février 2016 § Poster un commentaire
Notre partenaire BioTech Annecto Montréal organise son événement de réseautage mensuel mardi, le 1 mars 2016.
Jim Cochrane, SrCRA, Recherche Clinique Cochrane Inc, va parler sur un sujet très intéressant – comment devenir Associé de recherche clinique indépendant. Pour plus de détails et RSVP en ligne, voir l’information ci-dessous svp.
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L’équipe de BioTech Annecto Montréal a hâte de vous rencontrer!
Événement de mars / March Event
01/03/2016 – 18:30h à 21h / 6:30pm to 9pm
Who’s the Boss: Being an Independent CRA
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Essence Restaurant Bar Lounge
2001 Rue University
Montréal, QC H3A 2A6
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Pour plus de détails contactez directement
Anton Lebedev, PhD, President de Biotech Annecto – Montreal
Directeur / Chapter Manager | BioTech Annecto Montréal
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BioTech Annecto has the pleasure of inviting you to the presentation given by Jim Cochrane, Recherche Clinique Cochrane, Inc., titled:
‘Who’s the Boss: Being an Independent CRA’.
Jim started to work in clinical research in 1994 after graduating from Concordia University with a Bachelors’ in Exercise Science and the University of Waterloo with a Masters’ in Kinesiology. After a brief start with Glaxo as both data manager and regional CRA, he established himself over 4 and half years as a senior data manager and clinical/data project manager with Phoenix International Life Sciences (now INC). Following short stays with Pfizer and Moncoa Medical Research, again in both data management and clinical research, Jim’s career as a home-based CRA took off in 2001 when he joined Innovus Research (now inVentiv Clinical). He became an ACRP certified CRA in 2004. In 2008, cut-backs at i3 Research presented him with an opportunity to become an independent clinical research consultant. Since then, Jim have worked with pharmaceutical companies, CROs and independent sites as a CRA, Auditor and Quality Specialist.
Jim will address the following questions:
1) Becoming a Clinical Research Associate
. o Many paths to the same career
. o Current state of the market
2) Process and transformation from employee to businessman
. o determine what you know and what you don’t
. o learn to wear many hats: CRA, business developer, IT, accountant, lawyer, insurance agent
3) Thinking outside the box
. o how to find work
. o what type of work can you do?
. o full-time vs part-time
4) Answering the many masters – who is the boss?
. o contract and workload management
. o life / work balance
5) Managing your own career
. o training manager
. o awareness of the industry and future trends
6) Pro’s and Con’s
7) Is being an independent CRA for you?
Who is invited?
Professionals in the following industries: pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and medical technology, CROs, Health care and biomedical research
People seeking opportunities to enlarge their professional network in life science industries.
Members – $0 with purchase of yearly membership.
Yearly membership: Exclusively now is $65, at http://ow.ly/zU9f6
Non-members – Special: $15 (up to 48h before the event) / $20 at the door
Please login to the site, using LinkedIn preferably, to register for the event.